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Tungurahua volcano explodes, villages evacuated

Posted by feww on May 29, 2010

Ecuador’s Tungurahua volcano erupted explosively, forcing the evacuation of a dozen villages and closing down the airport in Guayaquil, the country’s largest city.

The initial explosion from Tungurahua volcano ejected a large plume of ash, lava, fumes and tephra to a height of about 10km  (33,000 feet) a.s.l.

The latest eruption was the volcano’s most significant activity since 2006 when up to a 1,000 homes were destroyed, killing at least 8 people.

Tungurahua is located about 135 kilometers (84 miles) south of Quito, the capital city of Ecuador  (Group D – see map).

Collapse Survivors Note:
Volcanic explosions could play a major role as significant mechanisms of collapse and ultimately depopulation of the planet.


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    3 Responses to “Tungurahua volcano explodes, villages evacuated”

    1. feww said

      It takes a lot more than two volcanoes exploding before “Game Over.” However, there’s much more in the making.

      See also:
      http://edro.wordpress.com/2008/12/10/earths-human-induced-antiphase/

    2. Doug said

      Big Boy in Iceland is getting ready to roar.Big problems for Europe as well.
      Once Yellowstone goes ? Game over.

    3. […] And if you didn’t know, two other volcanoes have now erupted: Tungurahua volcano explodes, villages evacuated […]

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